Monthly Archives: May 2007


Today’s the third, and last, day of our stay at the Webinale Conference. Squish is still a rather new and unknown contender in the AJAX world but it turned out that this is not a disadvantage. In fact, the whole scene is moving so quickly that there’s always something new (sometimes useless and over-hyped, sometimes […]

Webinale 07

In about 3 hours, Frerich and I will fly to Stuttgart for the Webinale 07 conference – a two-day German Ajax/Web 2.0 conference and exhibition. We will man a booth there to show off Squish 3.2 (specifically the Web edition). Tomorrow (May 22nd) at 10:30 I will give a talk on automated Web/Ajax testing where […]

Dealing with dynamic object names

Now that Squish 3.2 is out I want to write about a scenario where you can take advantage of new Squish 3.2 features. One common problem, esp. when testing web applications, is to identify objects with dynamic parts (such as IDs) in their object names. Usually these properties have a dynamic part, such as a […]

Revision Control with SVN

Today we finally switched to Subversion as our revision control system at work. After using CVS for about ten years, the list of things we didn’t like about it became long enough to justify switching to something different. At first it wasn’t quite clear what that “something different” would be; many KDE people (mainly from […]

New offices

With our latest addition to our team (say hi to Rob!) we reached the space-limit of our current office. Actually considering that Harri and me are sitting together in the meeting/lunch room I’d rather say that we grew out of it already. At least nobody can waste time in meetings this way So we looked […]